Veridian are already appearing on the radar and for good reason.
Despite The band only being formed in 2016, they have already had coverage with BBC, Upset, Rock Sound, Scuzz, Punktastic and Kerrang Radio to name a few. Alex Baker has also added the band to his Kerrang Spotify playlist alongside bands like Moose Blood, Press To Meco and Bad Sign. Veridian were also interviewed by BBC introducing on BBC Radio Berkshire last summer and featured on Norwegian mainstream radio too.
Listen to Veridian’s brand new single in the form of ‘Curtains’
“If you’re into rock music that sounds like it’s been crafted by gods in the stars then I’m sure you’re gonna love this!” – Alex Baker
Veridian have recently signed to Revival Recordings who will be releasing the bands’ sophomore EP, a follow up to their debut EP, ‘40826D’. In April 2019 the band released a standalone single titled, ‘Lie’ which launched the band as a 5-piece with an entirely new branding gaining the group significant hype. The first single from their new EP will be titled ‘Curtains’, which was released in July. They have shared stages with The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Inme, Anavae Mallory Knox, A Loss For Words, Dream State, Arcane Roots, The Ataris, Parting Gift, and have upcoming shows with Holding Absence, Normandie, Woes and Faithless. Veridian will be touring the UK throughout July revisiting some cities and hitting their debut performance in others. Festival highlights include Camden Rocks, B Love Festival, Burn It Down Festival as well as appearances on behalf of BBC Introducing and Dr. Martens. Since releasing their new single ‘Lie’ their bookings across the UK have increased ten-fold and are only set to increase more with new music on the horizon.
Listen to the first single of their EP, ‘Lies’ below!
“…A band and sound that is going to do more then just part waves” – Discoverd Magazine
The group focus on doing everything in a D.IY way, recording, mixing and mastering their tracks and now producing their own music videos, social media content and promos. They don’t only focus on how they sound on stage but commit to the visual aspect of the show with their own light show, choreographing the lighting themselves to create a unique live experience.
Veridian’s entire mantra is to entangle their fans in the experience, creating a tide across the UK and further afield. They feel their music can span all genres and appeal to people from different walks of life with different tastes. The band’s songs are all written from personal experiences. They hope that their messages are accessible to the people that hear them, that people can connect with them through the music. Veridian strive to create a community where nobody is left to face the world alone. Anyone can come to a show and forget their and feel like they’re part of a family.
Let’s see what Johnny Selvin has to say about Vocalzone!
“As a band with three vocals we need to ensure all of our voices are at the best they can be for all the harmonies. When I use Vocalzone I know I can rely on my voice for the entire set. It tastes great and is an absolute essential when touring to give me that bit of extra confidence when going on stage.”